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technology for $90 million. they will use the facility for their operations. no additional details was given. president obama called solyndra a model of green technology and then went bankrupt later. >>> new health concerns about another type of energy product, this time it is the 5-hour energy which comes in a shot size bottle. ktvu's david stevenson tells us what led to the investigation. david? >> reporter: first, monster energy, now 5-hour energy is being scrutinized for possible link to injuries and deaths. >> reporter: she is a coordinator at ucsf and relies on 5-hour energy shots to give a boost. >> i try not to do it too often. only on days when i feel like i am sluggish. >> the food and drug administration is taking a closer look at the drink. they confirms to ktvu it received reports of 13 deaths and 30 reports of life threatening injuries since 2008. >> energy drinks are about two cups of coffee and kind of put together in a way that might encourage you to take multiple doses. >> reporter: they asked researchers to look into hundreds of cases involving a variety of energy drippin
'm used to the rain. >> reporter: for those looking past thanksgiving already we watched as these two big rigs rolled up carrying 1200 trees. we'll take you to an auto mechanic shop and show you how the rain, wind, this weather and the holiday are kind of jamming up business there. live in san rafel, i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we have significant weather out there in the pacific. take a look, live storm tracker shows you rain but also the massive system. most of the activity is going to fall north of this line. so the cold front lies pretty much right now just north of the bay area proper. up towards santa rosa coming in close. what you'll see is the heavier rain showers. that's the front. it's not moving. this thing is dragging. it's going to be slow. typically a front would roll through the bay area in a few hours. it's not. it's just sitting up there. you can see heavier rain just north up towards the fountain grove area. they're getting heavy rain. we'll head out towards the park area a little further south. you have a little bit of a break there as those showers are sto
in giving back to those, the veterans that dedicated to much so us. >> reporter: currently, mission solano houses 20 veterans. it is opened 24 hours a day. >>> at arlington cemetery, families can use an app to find their loved ones. there was a scandal regarding unmarked graves. since then, they photographed the graves and created a mobile phone app. >>> a second woman linked to the david petraeus scandal is asking for privacy tonight. jill kelly brought the affair to life. she claims broadwell sent her threatening e-mails warning her to stay away from petraeus. he was stunned to learn about the threatening e-mails. the sudden resignation of petraeus left congress if you wereious. they want to know -- why they were not told earlier. some senators want to know if national security was put at risk. >> the general accepted down days before he was expected to be here testifying in front of the senate intelligence committee on the benghazi at tacks. the cia is in the spotlight as they prepared to be grilled about the attack. they are now criticizing the fbi, the department of justice and the wh
to handle the crisis. port officials will not tell us they are paying the second firm, the first firm, $400 per hour. according to published reports, he says they have lead to millions of dollars in business here at the port. the port expects to get an update on the investigation when it meets tomorrow. at the port of oakland, eric rasmussen. >> > >> reporter: you can see from these pictures taken late today, workers have made significant progress in cleaning us the massive mess. how hay figures into their efforts, mike has the story. >> >> reporter: you nailed it. hay will be playing a pretty big ricky foley in this incident. let me set the stage for you right now. behind me, a neighborhood park. there is a few feet of mud below it. this mud will stay here throughout this coming weekend, the focus is on the hillside above and the storm brewing off the coast. day two in daily city, one filled with spraying -- >> people play there or walk their dogs. >> doesn't look like it today. >> not any more. >> reporter: buried, a critical one in the park. today, the hunt to find it got underway. meant
a suspicious fire destroyed their belongings. ktvu's lorainne blanco tells us the fire took some of those most precious items. >> reporter: for the second straight morning, firefighters tamed flames in an oakland carport. this fire started near a buick at 41st and market, destroying two cars and a motorcycle. >> they were basically near our house. you could hear the explosions, see the fire. >> reporter: deandre brown didn't have time to worry about his car or his things. all he could think about was bringing his wife and twin toddlers to safety. >> i can't even really imagine, like, what i'm going through around the holiday, the family. it's just terrible. >> reporter: this car was the family's only transportation, and the stuff that was inside that metal storage unit was just as important. >> i don't know what to do with it. like, this is their first baby clothes. i put this on them when they were in the hospital to come home and now it's all ruined! >> reporter: also ruined, the kids clothes, their stroller and all of their toys. >> i'm counting my blessings and thank god that it wasn't our
all the way out to the ocean. crews say they used a bleach mixture to disinfect the promenade before opening it. but the beach will be closed for up to a week. >> just so people don't come in contact with it or have their dogs in it. then we'll go ahead and do the water quality testing, which we do normally, to make sure the bacteria levels are low enough to reopen it. >> reporter: they are also taking data and investigating the pressure level and what caused the backup. crews posted signs today warning residents and surfers. some people said they were concerned about the contamination. >> because it's pollution and you can get sick from it. yeah, it does. as you see, there's nobody in the water. >> reporter: and we do have a live look now for you from news chopper 2 of the scene. they are cleaning up. they expect to get lab results back tomorrow that should indicate whether it's safe for people to go into the water. but, again, back here live, the great highway closed for about four blocks between balboa and fulton. reporting live, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in san jose, police are lo
but told us he's been with the department since 2005 and earns a salary between 79 and $100,000 a year. we learned that tong served as an exporter of arms at this gun store and briefly ran a gun shop in san bruno before filing for bankruptcy in july. >> and late this afternoon the district attorney's office told us eight years in state prison if convicted. now, coming up at 6:00, what we've learned about tong's background including a string of angry creditors that he has left behind. for now reporting live, david steven son, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we are on storm watch tonight. tonight people in that neighborhood in daily city where there was a huge mid spill earlier this week are on edge worried about whether the hillside is stable. carol lou is there tonight and tells us why the city says they don't have to worry. carol. >> well, you see there's rain out here right now. i can tell you this is certainly making a lot of the residents nervous by the city tells us this area has been weatherize today handle the additional rain anticipated this weekend. the rain is rattling nerves in this da
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